Nowadays, the majority of programs requiring user input provide forms for entering information, have the ability to digitize clicks on the screen, or employ various other graphical methods for entering data. Such a facility is called a Graphical User Interface or GUI for short. To aid in designing a GUI, many Human Interface Guidelines or HIGs have been proposed. This talk is about implementing GUIs with HIGs in mind. It is presented at a conceptual level, i.e. no computer code is shown.
- The slides: graphical-UI.pdf